Rumba – Flamenco Guitar Lessons Online School – Free


Rumba – Flamenco Guitar Lessons Online School – Free

Rumba is perhaps the most
simple flamenco style. It’s 4 / 4, and is the form
that influenced the most music around the world… Rumba is quite similar to tangos, the
accentuation is the same, only that rumba is faster, and it has the snares, that
break the beat, where the tangos had the kicks. While on
the first beat, there is a kick, in most of the cases. Although is the simplest form to assimilate,
to play a good rumba groove takes some time and practice. Rumba is
probably the most variated flamenco form, and there is like 50 different
patterns and ways to play it. As time goes by, and you master more and more flamenco techniques, you’ll probably get to create your own patterns. So, let’s analyze all rumba grooves. “Los Rumberos” all over Spain,
play many street rumba patterns, traditionally with “wrist rasqueo” and
with “golpes”. Some of which you probably already know, they made Spanish guitar
what it is today. On the street, conditions are terrible sometimes. It’s difficult to hear the guitar, so this savage, gypsy way of playing, is sometimes
the only option there is. So, since the gypsies use it just when they wish to fill the harmonic
background, I’ll just play it as an information at this point… So, h ere it is, like a true “Rumbero”. “Los Rumberos” are street musicians, that
go around playing rumbas, predominantly… You will probably reach the point, at
which you can create your own version of a similar rumba pattern. That’s why we
should start with this, slightly more complex groove, that uses the thumb and
the index finger, for basses and the harmony notes, separately… This way of playing, although it’s a bit more difficult, will
keep your right hand – always at the best possible place, so you can progress and
play more elaborate “falsetas”. The thumb plays the base note of the chord, on the first beat, with straight “apoyando”, and then, the rest of the fingers
continue the… So, try putting the whole rumba
pattern slowly together, with all the elements that we mentioned. Whenever you feel like it, change from “finger rasqueo” to the “wrist rasqueo” and vice versa. Of course, the rumba can vary a lot. And the repeating segment can get to be much smaller. The world of percussion sounds, that can
be produced o n the guitar, is immense. Hitting the strings with fingertips
close to the bridge, makes a specific “low kick” kind a sound. But also, there’s a
whole spectrum of percussive sounds, that can be produced on the guitar. Until you start creating rumba patterns like this yourself, let’s look at this intricate style of
playing a bit more closely. There is a kick like golpe on the first beat.. When the grove picks up tempo, the rumba groove played in “diminution”, would have just two beats. It’s very often used gypsy playing style… We can observe that the whole right hand
has to start opening sooner, – actually on the last stroke,
with thumb up, so that the open palm… Among the artists in flamenco, a very specific term is used for someone’s rumba playing quality. They say “si tiene aire, o no tiene aire”. Which literally means, “if it has the air”, but it refers to that specific light-filing that rumba rhythm should have. It should be clear, precise and strong, but it has to keep the transparency and lightness, since it
should imitate the waves of the sea… So, play with “aire”, and I wish you
good wind… – HOLE…!!!

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77 thoughts on “Rumba – Flamenco Guitar Lessons Online School – Free”

  1. R. Maj. says:

    This is grandmaster skill.
    I think nobody cant learn this with this video. 🙁
    I bet you had a great teacher. 🙂
    Maybe you can play more slowly?

  2. KUNDAN PANDEY says:

    3:07 onwards till , name of the song pls!?

  3. Swarna Neel says:

    For those who are wondering about the intro piece…
    Its from the famous song "Entre Dos Aguas" by Paco de Lucia! 🙂

  4. Dinka Lelić says:

    👀💶😲 Justin Bieber Sex Video

  5. Pro Gamer Tr says:

    What is the song name ? 0:07

  6. Mihai Scarlatescu says:


  7. Mihai Scarlatescu says:


  8. Thai Le says:

    Gooodyy thanks much!!!!!

  9. Keats Beats says:


  10. Win Ryl says:

    Kudos for the video content! Forgive me for chiming in, I would appreciate your thoughts. Have you considered – Riddleagan Blossoming Solo Remedy (Have a quick look on google cant remember the place now)? It is a great exclusive guide for mastering guitar scales minus the headache. Ive heard some super things about it and my buddy got amazing success with it.

  11. William Anthony says:

    Basic rumba please

  12. Vikash Gautam says:

    Your videos are awesome

  13. Vikash Gautam says:

    I want to learn guitar but I'm unavailable to pay for online guitar classes

  14. Vikash Gautam says:

    I live in India and there is no source to learn guitar except YouTube in my locality

  15. Little Baby Pumpkin says:

    Got the "entre dos aguas" rumba lesson. Wish me great focus and patience 😊

  16. Youssef All says:


  17. Emilio Alvares says:

    'Entre dos aguas'

  18. Habib MAULANA says:


  19. Himanshu Henry says:


  20. rajat79foryou says:

    Flamenco guitar style should be declared a living species as the guitar invokes feelings which no other form of playing does..

  21. Mik 26 says:

    Impressionante! Bravissimo! 😉

  22. Dilettante Life says:

    Great flamenco technique. I will try 2:38 for sure.

  23. GUITAR FREE says:

    Have full tab

  24. GUITAR FREE says:

    Let go for full tab

  25. Stelios Kontos says:

    Definitely too fast to learn, you haven't explained what Picardo is to anyone either so half the people here won't have any idea what you're talking about.

  26. Fili Garcia says:

    Hablas mucho, al grano, plesse!!!

  27. Adam Joel says:

    Nice lesson I just watched you jam for a bit

  28. The Greatest says:

    srsly guitar lesson and you start with paco de lucia entre dos aguas?? little hard bro

  29. Mario Gonzalez says:

    El ritmo que empieza en el min 3:34 como se llama porfabor alguien lo explica detalladamente?????

  30. Mario Gonzalez says:

    El ritmo del min 5.34 me refiero

  31. Emile Saayman says:

    Great channel 👏

  32. Liudmila Forest says:

    bon guitariste mauvais pédagogue

  33. Liudmila Forest says:

    pas assez détaillé trop rapide

  34. Хасан Махкамов says:

    Благодарю ))))

  35. Me Smokta says:

    I do not know if this course is aimed towards advanced players, but if it is not, this is a technical demonstration, nothing more.

  36. Mr. Canvas says:

    make more details that what you r doing.

  37. cnniz fakenewz says:

    I better start now.Maybe after Trumps 2nd.term is complete and Pence is in the Whitehousei will be able to play as well as this.

  38. Lokosaurus TV says:

    Awesome video!

  39. Yo Soy El Diablo says:

    It hears like "entre dos aguas" for me 😍#latinoBoy

  40. jacob same says:

    I couldn't learn anything you go very fast, I just enjoyed the music

  41. Zach Bishop says:

    Way to discourage me.

  42. Al Williams says:


  43. EMREileHERŞEY says:

    Öğretmiyorsun pazarlıyorsun.

  44. Sam Victo says:

    Hi… How do I learn what U do? Its Awesome…. rumba……. rumba….. rumba….. ola… ola…

  45. concho sewing says:

    guitar string snaps

  46. Gen Gen says:

    за несколько минут я получил в 100 больше знаний , чем когда -либо . Спасибо автору !!!! )))

  47. pghntr says:

    Is it good for beginners

  48. Kerim Geldibayev says:


  49. NCRM nocopyrightmusic says:

    tu doit faire attention parce que tu nous presentes le rythme plus que tu montres le tuto

  50. LOVEJOY says:

    each time i see rumba or flamenco…i must be able to remember igor presnyakov

  51. New vii00 says:

    Nice play but we don't to play.. please play Stape by Stape

  52. Carl Lee says:

    Me love dat rhumba style LOL

  53. moshaheed shaikh says:

    Do you have some online course from which I can learn from beginner to advance

  54. Fariba gh says:

    what's This music name ??

  55. Vishwarup Dev says:

    Which guitar is that?

  56. Saeed Hashimi says:

    Name of the songs you played?

  57. lelo_boy red star says:


  58. Joe gallardo Elizondo says:

    Love it flamenco guitar. Is my heart…. Only wish I would've picked up on it long ago,

  59. Joe gallardo Elizondo says:

    I wouldn't be in so much trouble

  60. khaled amani says:

    The pattern rumba name plz 3 : 08

  61. Erik Mariñas says:

    Chevere me gustó mucho.

  62. meowtrox1234 says:

    What is the ideal fret action? Hi or low for ths style?

  63. Rich Guy says:

    Too fast

  64. Geo_blogger says:

    Sounds like Pacos guitar

  65. Genjor 1902 says:

    Those are long ass fingers

  66. anna pchelka says:

    💓💓💓💓💓ваша игра заставляет сердце танцевать

  67. Erfan Roshani says:


  68. Salt Wa says:


  69. Salt Wa says:


  70. Silvio Cristiane says:

    Suas aulas são ótimas… saudações do Brasil

  71. Barış ArıkJack says:

    why you cut the video? 1000000000 views not enough to make money? than you write ''free'' there… Bitches.

  72. nimry80 says:

    Some times u can't teach techniques ,some ppl born with it

  73. Peter Jongsma says:

    I'll use this over Am G F E.
    Your drills are great.

  74. cyka blyat says:

    Entre dos agua cuadro paco de lucia

  75. Kutsal Kırım Hânı III. Kutsal Panda Hazretleri says:

    I already know them but I can't play faster like you :'(

  76. hab2008 says:

    let me learn how to do the chords first, then i will try to understand what you are talkin about🤣🤣🤣😅😅😅😂😂

  77. Pedro Jose Donoso says:

    Si enseñas algo en señaló no solo lo toques

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